#1
I have a Boss GT-10, I run at high gain, but I have a huge problem with feedback, even with the anti-feedbacker on. Are there certain frequences I need to set for it?
The curent settings are:
Frequence 1------------18
Depth 1------------------50
Frequence 2------------20
Depth 2------------------42
Frequence 3------------80
Depth 3------------------100

I run my rig like this
ESP LTD EC-330 (Active pickups)-->Boss GT-10--> (on GT-10) tube screamer (gain at 0)--> Delay (usually off)--> antifeedbacker (always on)--> Reverb (usually off)--> 5150 (gain at 9) ISP Decimator (in the 5150 effects loop)
#2
#3
^ +1, are your Noise Suppressors on?
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#4
Quote by diabolical


both of my noise suppressors are on, but I'm using a REAL 5150, and the ISP Decimator is the real effects loop.

my GT-10 chain goes like this:
OD->NS1->FX1 (Anti Feedbacker)->(Preamp section, which I dont use a GT-10 preamp) Preamp->NS2->FV->FX2->Delay->Chorus->Reverb
#5
You have an actual 5150 amp? And your gain is on 9? And you're wondering what the problem is???
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Fractured Instinct
(For fans of Death/Groove/Prog Metal)

Ibanez RGA42E
Ibanez S420
LTD H-301
Ibanez RG520
Peavey Predator USA
Douglas Grendel 725
Line 6 Pod HD500X
#6
Quote by Offworld92
You have an actual 5150 amp? And your gain is on 9? And you're wondering what the problem is???

I was thinking the same thing
#7
Quote by Offworld92
You have an actual 5150 amp? And your gain is on 9? And you're wondering what the problem is???

I figured out the problem, and the ISP Decimator is a noise suppressor for the 5150, the amps gain wasn't the problem.

I ended up moving the GT-10's noise suppressors around in the order. I put one right in front of my guitar to clean up it's signal, then I adjusted the noise suppressor for the overdrive pedal, thats why all of my feedback was coming from, so I'm all good now, thanks again.